【禁闻】官媒高调报导陈小鲁道歉 弃左转?

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【新唐人2013年10月18日讯】日前,中共十大开国元帅之一、前副总理陈毅之子陈小鲁,回到北京母校“北京八中”,组织“老三届”校友举行文革道歉会,此举受到官方媒体的高调报导。有评论分析,这是为即将召开的十八届3中全会“放弃左转路线”做铺垫准备。

今年67岁的“北京八中老三届同学会”会长陈小鲁,10月7号上午,与其他14位同龄校友回到母校,向8位现年80岁左右高龄的前“八中”老师正式鞠躬道歉。陈小鲁等人为他们在文革期间,批斗和残害校领导和老师的行为谢罪。

今年8月,陈小鲁曾在“北京八中老三届同学会”博客上,发表文革致歉信,为文革时参与造反,组织批斗校领导、老师和一些同学,表达了所谓“真诚的道歉”。

北京八中老三届同学会秘书长黄坚:“陈小鲁这个道歉事情是经过深思熟虑的,他非常有感触,就是下决心要把这个事情做下来,那么,他作为同学会的会长,就代表大家来做一个表示。”

自今年6月,《炎黄春秋》杂志刊出文革时期一个红卫兵的道歉广告后,当年那些造反的红卫兵,陆续公开表示忏悔或道歉。而陈小鲁为文革恶行道歉,则引发媒体广泛关注。10月7号《中国青年报》图文并茂的刊登陈小鲁与其他校友向老师道歉的报导,包括新华网、新浪网等在内的其他各大媒体,纷纷加以转载。

“北京八中老三届同学会”秘书长黄坚认为,这次媒体,尤其是官方媒体,这样广泛大规模的报导,让他感到吃惊。

黄坚:“他们对这种题材的东西一直在避讳,但是现在我觉得是不是放开了一些,允许在这方面正面报导了,我觉的是好现象。”

但是,他们为文革期间的批斗行为道歉,也引起了一部分人的不同看法。网友问道,文革过去几十年后,是什么促使今天这些已近暮年的人们公开道歉?该以什么样的眼光来看他们?

北京时政观察人士华颇认为,陈小鲁公开高调道歉的背后,有另一层高层的意思。

北京时政观察人士华颇:“其实他的本意是在提醒人们不要回到过去,不要再走左的路线,有上层在支持他的,0611所以这也是传达了一种中央高层的一种意思。”

旅居美国的中国社会问题研究人士张健也认为,由于太子党第二代、第三代接班人掌握政权后,已经让老百姓的冤气增大,现在希望通过这一点,来表示习近平当政之后,中共政权“不可能向左转”。

旅美中国社会问题研究人士张健:“比如打亲民牌,把后期的事情用一种很低调、很温柔的手法去处理,让老百姓感觉这些官二代,还在心目当中,为自己当年所做的事情有一些很内疚,对那些老师还抱有感恩之情,用这个亲民的牌,来想挽救他的声誉。”

在媒体大力报导陈小鲁去“八中”道歉的同时,10月15号,“北京人民大会堂”举行了“纪念习仲勋诞辰100周年”的纪念活动。习仲勋是中共前政治局委员、和副总理,也是现任中共党魁习近平的父亲。

华颇:“习仲勋的夫人齐心,还有他的儿女都相继做了发言,其中一个最主要内容就是﹕习仲勋在文革当中的经历,他们现在要重提文革对中国的破坏性和危害性,也宣示了中国不能再回到文革当中去。”

在习仲勋纪念会上,出现了许多前中共领导人的子女,如毛泽东女儿李敏、刘少奇之子刘源、邓小平之子邓朴方、胡耀邦之子胡德平等。

华颇表示,如果再加上中共十大开国元帅陈毅之子陈小鲁对文革的道歉,这一切都说明,习近平已经从各个方面、把各个群体的头面人物,都招募在了自己的麾下。这对即将召开的十八届3中全会,将是一种铺垫、准备。

采访编辑/易如 后制/葛雷

Chinese State Media Report Cultural Revolution Apologies

Chen Xiaolu is the son of Chinese Communist
Party (CCP) veteran general Chen Yi.
Chen Xiaolu recently returned to Beijing No.8
Middle School, which he attended as a child.
In a reunion of alumni, he apologized for the
torture of teachers during the Cultural Revolution.
This move was highly reported by state-run media.

Analysts say that this is to pave the road of abandoning
the “leftist line" for the upcoming Third Plenary Sessions.

67-year-old Chen Xiaolu, is Chairman of the
alumni association in Beijing No.8 Middle School.
On October 7, Chen returned to his
former school, along with 14 other alumni.
They bowed face-to-face with their
teachers, who were now in their 80’s.
They apologized to their teachers for the torture and
persecution they endured during the Cultural Revolution.

In August, Chen Xiaolu posted an apology letter on a blog
of the alumni association for Beijing No.8 Middle School.
Chen sincerely apologized for his rebellion and organizing
denouncements of school leaders, teachers and students.

Huang Jian, Secretary of the alumni association:

“Chen Xiaolu thought about the apologies
for a long time. This is in his deep mind.
He made up his mind to have it done. Being the
Chairman, he did it on the behalf of all of us."

In June, Yanhuang Chunqiu magazine published
an apology letter written by a former Red Guard.
Subsequently, more former Red Guards publicly
expressed their repentance and apologies.
Chen Xiaolu’s apology for the Cultural
Revolution triggered wide media attention.
On October 7, China Youth Daily published an article,
about Chen and other alumni apologizing to their teachers.
Mainstream state-media, including Xinhua
and Sina websites, have circulated the article.

Huang Jian expressed surprise at the wide reporting of
this event in media coverage, especially state media.

Huang Jian: “The regime always censors this topic.

Now it seems to have opened a little, allowing media
to truthfully report on it. I think it is a good signal."

Their apologies also aroused different opinions.

Netizens highlighted that the Cultural Revolution
was several decades ago, and questioned
the motivation of publicizing apologies now?

How should we interpret this event?

Hua Po, Beijing current affairs observer says
that behind Chen’s high-profile apologies
is likely to lay the intentions of high-level’s.

Hua Po: “Actually, Chen reminds people not to repeat
the tragedy, and not to follow the way of the ‘leftist line’.
It likely has high-level support. Thus in some
way, it also conveys the high-level message."

Zhang Jian, US-based China social affairs expert thinks
that since the second and third generation princelings
took power, mistreatment of civilians has increased.

Now the regime used this event to express that
the Xi Jinping regime won’t turn to the “left".

Zhang Jian: “They tried to win people’s hearts, and
handle some issues in a soft and low-profile way.
They let civilians think that these princelings feel
sorry for what they had done during that time, and
that they still have gratitude toward their teachers.

In this way, the CCP intends to
counterbalance its bad reputation."

As media were reporting Chen’s apology, Beijing’s
Great Hall of the People held an event
to commemorate Xi Zhongxun’s 100th birthday.

Xi Zhongxun was former Vice Chairman of
the Standing Committee and Vice Premier.
He is the father of Xi Jinping, the current CCP leader.

Hua Po: “Xi Zhongxun’s wife Qi Xin
and their children gave speeches.
Their talks focused on Xi Zhongxun’s
experience during the Cultural Revolution.
Once more, they mentioned the Cultural Revolution
having brought great damage and harm to China.
They vowed that China will not
return to the Cultural Revolution."

In the event, many former CCP leaders’ children turned up.

This included Mao Zedong’s daughter,
Li Min as well as Liu Shaoqi’s son, Liu Yuan.
Deng Xiaoping’s son, Deng Pufang also
attended, as did Hu Yaobang’s son, Hu Deping.

Hua Po says that with Chen Xiaolu’s apology
letter, it indicates that Xi Jinping has gathered
different groups’ leaders under his banner,

This is to pave a way for the upcoming
Third Plenary Session of 18th CCP congress.

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